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Time for another experiment.. We put two bottles of brake fluid in the gas tank of my beater.. the results are pretty shocking.. New AutoVlog Merch! http://teespring.com/stores/av-gear Follow on Social Media: Instagram: http://instagram.com/autovlog “Like” the Facebook page: http://facebook.com/autovlog Twitter: http://twitter.com/autovlog AutoVlog PO Box: PO BOX 13070 Pittsburgh, PA - 15243
My friend's brake lights were not working. I decided to help her fix it instead of paying a huge amount of money at a garage. I checked the brake light fuse and then ended up replacing the brake light switch. It was a relatively easy and fast fix. It cost less than $5.
Esta fue mi solución, no sé si en todos los autos es igual, si te sirvió comenta y da like para que más gente pueda verlo.
My 1995 Honda Accord would start fine first thing in the morning but when it got hot (interior of car hot, parked in sun etc) it would turn over but not start.. Research led me to suspect a faulty main relay switch (bad solder joints) which controls power to the fuel pump and fuel injectors.. I made the repair for $2 with a salvaged main relay taken from a 2002 Accord.. In the process, I learned that main relays between 5th generation Accords (1994-1997) and 6th generation Accords (1998-2002) are interchangeable even though they are physically different sizes.. The electrical connections are the same.. So if you suspect a faulty main relay on a 1994-2002 Accord, and you go the salvage yard route, you're looking for a relay switch from a 2002.. You want the newest switch that will work as the issue with faulty solder joints is age related.. 2003 and newer Accord main relays have different electrical connections and will not work..
HDay 2015 English Town New Jersey. Follow me as I walk you around the largest Honda event in the U.S. HDay formally known as Honda Day. This event took place over 2 days Aug 8th and 9th 2015 in English Town New Jersey. Almost every Honda model is shown here including modified Accord, Civic, Pilot, Odyssey, CRV, CRZ and more. Thank You again to the staff at HDay, K-Tuned, Eat Sleep Race, Down Star & BWR along with the other vendors for your continued support and love for the scene. A Huge Thank You to all the Honda fans who came out and said "Hi" I was worth the 29 hour drive just to meet you all! More info about HDay http://gohday.com/blog/ More photos and videos #HdayEtown2015 #RoadToHDay and #Hday2015
When you get under the dash, directly below the steering wheel, look up as you press the brake pedal a little.. The top part of the brake pedal arm will move showing you where the brake light switch and stopper locations are.. If you're having trouble getting the new stopper to snap in try this.. Once you get the new stopper in position, pointed end in hole and flat side against brake light switch button, release the brake pedal. The weight/force of the pedal closing may snap the stopper fully into position. And if you have someone to help you by pressing down on the brake pedal you don't need the stick.. I was by myself with a camera in one hand so I had to find some way to get clearance at the top.. Honda part # 46505-SA5-000.. Bought mine at local Honda dealership..